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who cannot be that honest. >> larry flint is still alive and issued this statement. >> bernie, i will say that sc cup gives hustler -- what do you call it? i hate to use the word props. saying why they are debasing her which is what the media doesn't do. they are smearing her because of her beliefs. >> it is another man gnaw fess station of the left's disdain and hatred for women. we have seen it throughout the ages. the thing is if they didn't call attention to it, they wouldn't know. the only people who read are trailer trash and they have an office with a company obstructing porn when you want to take a nap at lunch and close the door. nobody would know about it. by the way, they have been doing this for years and years. >> the thing is though they have been doing this. it is a twisted magazine. they used to have. i won't get into it. this picture will be on the internet forever and can be viewed without the context of the article. that thing can show up -- let's not show it anymore. please, take it away. it can be viewed without context meaning you don't know it is made up. w
they want to do it that way, but does it work? flint's had an emergency manager. >> we already did this in the last decade. flint already did it. it didn't do any good in part because the emergency was 30 years ago. the emergency is long past. our peak employment was 1978. it's been downhill ever since. flint and the state of michigan has been going 34 years now through this. >> there's this idea that where there's big problems or there's big challenges, democracy is too slow or too inefficient or something. one person acting unilaterally can really get it done, can really fix it. there's this idea that it works whether or not it's right. >> well, if it worked, then people would go, well, okay, i guess it saved the state. it doesn't work. it doesn't work. flint didn't get any better. pontiac isn't getting any better. detroit. the whole state. not just those cities. there's going to be more than ten entities they are going to take over, but the problem is the state of michigan is bankrupt. the state of michigan is out of money. so i'm wondering if governor schneider, how he would fe
in silicone valley will make more money than someone working with a college degree in flint, michigan. of course the cost of living in silicon valley is higher, so the numbers can be misleading. the first guest says, where you live, however, is the number one factor in the type of job you find, whether you are able to keep it, and whether you get the salary you aspire to. and uc berkeley economic professor, author of "the new geography of jobs" and professor, walk me through the logic. why is any choice of where i live perhaps the most determinative, if i understand your thesis, than anything affecting my work prospects? >> well, the key predictor of communi community economic success today is the number of college graduates in that community. cities with a lot of can college graduates have been successful with employers. resulting in higher wages and positive feedback that makes the community more and more prosperous. by contrast, cities without a lot of college graduates miss out on high-tech. this wasn't as big in the 1980s but has been growing ever since. now it is the largest it
don't flaunt it thing. >> i am a fan of the old school like larry flint, you have a gold wheelchair. >> can i just make a distinction between people like moynahan and me and you and zuckerberg? about three years ago i had an idea to write a movie called "facebook" and i spent two days writing the script about a guy who collected faces from people and put it in a book. the whole goal was to released the movie like two weeks before "the social network" so people thought it was the facebook movie. i stopped after 10 pages. that's the difference between me and mark zuckerburg. he went through with it. >> i agree. excellent point. by the way, zuckerberg's harvard classmate who left in 2008 is worth $5.2 billion after friday's ipo and he is eight days younger than zuckerburg so he is officially the youngest billionaire. >> we should love them. >> we would love them if we marry them. >> great athlete. >> people believe they cut in line. did they cut in line? >> it is also very easy not to flaunt it when you always have it. all of these kids went to -- larry flint grew up in like -- >> what
of flint, michigan. the buckle of the rust belt. flint went broke a decade ago and got fixed by an emergency manager. after that flint went broke again and has another emergency manager. there's highland park, michigan, a city inside detroit that spent the whole decade of the 2000s under emergency management. heck of a lot of good that did them. the state took over the school district in highland park, too. it's been the argument of michigan state government in order to fix cities, in order to fix towns, you have to first remove the local democracy. not just state help, state supervision but completely unfettered control in one elected person's hands. it's their argument the elected officials, choices of the voters, that they get in the way. michigan officials democracy is part of the problem. get rid of democracy they say then fix the town. the towns where the state uprooted the democracy, they are not fixed. last week a guest on our show, the reverend david bollack of detroit made a counterproposal. >> if you want to help detroit, flint, benton harbor, saginaw, if you want
. only $229,000. >> i love the commentary. okay. flint, michigan. tell us about the next house. >> flint, michigan, had an interesting thing happen because earlier this spring the graveyard shift came back at the gm plant, adding 750 gobs. gm isn't the only big employer in flint. there's also a medical center that employs 9,000 people and three major universities in the area. jobs are plenty in flint, michigan. and this pretty house is on a quiet cul-de-sac street, has over 3,000 square feet. the kitchen has wood cabinets, granite counters and a roomy breakfast bar. the great room has cathedral ceilings, everybody always loves those kinds of ceilings. walls of windows and a fireplace with a carved wood mantel. the formal dining is a little too formal with cherry wood floors, crown molding and a chair rail. there's a huge deck out back and it actually butts into a nature preserve of woods and a pond right outside the own backyard. >> oh, that's nice. summerville, south carolina. a three bedroom, 2 1/2 bath. >> this is a pretty house. list a charming southern style home in the center of su
your investing with the all-new e-trade 360 investing dashboard. >>> all sorts of problems in flint, michigan, north of detroit, take a look at that. they had a lot of rain in the last few hours and as you can see it has caused problems. this is off i-75, the major highway through the area of michigan. you see the trucker standing on top of his rig, waiting to be rescued. rob marciano is here, there is no body of water near there, that is incredible. >> low-lying area, got five to six inches of rainfall in the last 12 hours and a lot of that coming in a small chunk, obviously, they have the swift water rescue teams out and about there, so it's surreal to see this off interstate 75, you have been on interstates where they have the on and off ramps, they dip down low, and that is where the water can certainly gather. that trucker -- standing on top on the cab of his truck, waiting for rescue, which is something you don't see every day. >> we'll stay with this, this is wdiv, shooting from the air, you can see the rescue crews are putting the boat in the water on i-75, which is weird fr
that the first amendment right was hustler -- >> yes, exactly. larry flint and hustler won because it was under the understanding that it was so absurd it couldn't be true. unfortunately not everybody knows se cup and in the internet age it could be posted without context. and it is very unfortunate. it is crude and degrading. >> joe, are you disappointed in "hustler"? are they not the paragon of paste that we thought? >> if you can't turn to "hustler" magazine for political discourse, i don't know what the world is turning to you have to remember that this is" hustler" magazine. i was an adolescent during the heyday of print pornography. and hustler was a magazine that when you got together with your friend -- >> nobody wanted it. >> hustler is like, you can keep that. you open it up and you would be like oh i want to look at -- oh my god i'm 14. i shouldn't see what that is. >> they were one of those things when you found out somebody read it it changed your image. i remember my sister was dating a guy, and he was going away to college. he said, hey, do you want my magazines? i was thinking "
that do? now they have another emergency manager. then there's the city of flint, michigan. they went broke a decade ago and got fixed but after that flints also went broke again and now it has another emergency manager. then there's highland park, michigan. the state took over the school district. it's been the argument that in order to fix cities, in order to fix town, you have to first remove the local democracy. not just state help, not just state supervision but complete control. it's their argument that elected officials, the choices of the voters get in the way. get rid of democracy and then you can fix a town. these towns that the state's have been taking over, the towns are not fixed. last week a a guest on our show made a counterproposal. >> if you want to help detroit, flint, saginaw, you want to help the cities in michigan deal with foreclosure. 90,000 foreclosures in the city of detroit. that's 90,000 forced evictions in three years. you see the tax base leave, so this city is not in financial strain because of mismanagement, because people are incompetent. that is not th
stabbing spree in 2010. he has been charged with three murders and six attempted murders in flint, michigan. the 49-year-old israel native is also a suspect in an unsolved murder in leesburg, virginia. all of the victims were men. most of them african-american. >>> now let's go to the campaign trail. voters are heading to the polls in three states: indiana, north carolina and west virginia. polls will stay open till 7:30 tonight. in north carolina there is a key ballot amendment. it would define marriage as only between one man and one woman and it would ban all over domestic unions. >>> the longest serving republican in the u.s. senate is fighting for his political life in indiana. 830-year-old dick lugar is -- 80-year-old dick lugar is up against the state treasurer, a tea party favorite. lugar is dismissing arguments that his age makes him out of touch with reality. the republican lawmaker has served in the senate for 36 years. >>> presumive republican presidential nominee mitt romney is getting the backing of another primary rival. rick santorum sent out an e- mail monday night. he comm
that caught his eye: bones, shells, and flints. his own habits coincided with surrealism's interest in the found object and the creative possibilities of unexpected juxtapositions. the fusion of front and back, internal and external spaces, had been one of moore's goals since the early '30s. tunneling holes through heavy masses was a theme that preoccupied him for many years. in the late 1930s, he merged mathematical models he had seen at the science museum in london with early surrealist forms, leading to a series of stringed pieces. the works were a breakthrough for moore - literally. he punched through the masses and looked through strings in a new way that allowed him to see forms within forms. that interplay between the interior and exterior fascinated him. he explored it in several works and photographed them from several angles to gauge the impact of different perspectives. throughout the '30s moore sifted new influences and folded them into his preoccupations with the human figure, seeking out the abstract in shapes drawn from nature. one of the most crucial elements of his
level >> he saw his hometown of flint michigan fall apart when the gm plant closed. people blame everything but themselves and he says the same thing is happening with health care >> i'm tired of people blaming people. let's talk about solutions >> in his book he looks at ways individuals can make the u.s. great again. the biggest pool is personal responsibility >> i can commit this month to exercise in with the goal but it will become a lifetime commitment >> instead of counting on others to fix s he says individuals need to fix themselves >> i can lose weight if i'm overweight and or quit smoking if i smoke >> he says shirking personal responsibility is costing the country way too much money and being obese is american. >> we have to be better and by choosing not to be better we are being unpatriotic >> he says one solution, if you make bad choices you should be slapped with higher health- insurance premiums >> if someone is choosing to be inactive can be unhealthy, the risk goes up and chances are there more strain on the resources of the health-care system. that is truly the
. >> this truck driver is probably happy it is friday. he got stuck and floodwaters and flint michigan. a lot of rain there. more than 6 inches of rain fell overnight causing traffic headaches. rescue crews got him off the roof of his cab. >> a lot of michigan -- the storms kept repeating over the same area. >> we will not have that here. >> know, but the same front is heading here. that could cause a new band of showers and storms. good news for nationals fans. i think the weather will cooperate for the next several hours. however, late tonight it could all change again. that will be much later tonight. kind of a great day, a couple of showers locally. every now and then the sun comes up. it will be at a premium for the rest of the day. this was some heavy thunderstorms about one and a half hours ago. the real area of rain we are watching next is the area of showers and storms along the cold front in pennsylvania. it will all drift to the southeast. the possibility around midnight or 4 in the morning there could be additional showers and storms. less than half of an inch in more areas today.
of michigan and showed no signs of stopping. advisories are in effect for flint, michigan. a trucker got stranded on top of his semi truck and had to be rescued by boaters. >>> check out this australian news team. they took star wars day very seriously. people dressed as characters from the movie and milled around the set. the anchors took phone calls from viewers. i think wyatt would have liked that is. >>> it's one of the catchiest songs on the radio. the pop tune that landed him in big trouble. >>> we're glued to their adorable youtube videos. so is it time for dogs to get their own social network? one company thinks so. >>> this is a crazy story that starts with a song that i can't get out of my head. a 6-year-old colorado boy was suspended from school for singing it. tyler lopez asks if a child that age even knows what the term means. >> you've seen the video and he knows the lyrics. when he told a first grade girl that same line he was suspended for three days for sexual harassment i'm floored. they're going to look at him like he's a pervert. that's not fair to him. >> reporter: w
track, a weary family. they have been walking for days. thousands more are coming, flint for their lives. why did you come here? >> hunter, too tired. -- huger, she says. this is what she is escaping from. danger overhead. in the mountains, the bombs are falling every day. did down, he says. the sudanese government is not only to try to crush an armed rebellion, but bringing an entire population to its knees. hiding in caves from the circling plains, tens of thousands now live like this. it is too dangerous to go out to farms they cannot feed themselves. foreign aid is not allowed. communities are trying to leave, crossing the border into south sudan in growing numbers. there is another family just arriving now, joining the other end exhausted people. these people are being -- the military campaign is designed to terrorize and displaced civilians. long queues to register at this refugee camp. all have their it scars from the bombings. she tells me she had to leave behind to offer children, there were too young to make the journey. a bomb killed her husband. with each passing week, the co
and wires, vail road was still closed between hunter mill and flint hill road. for those ongoing utility repairs. we'll keep you posted. back to you. ♪ >>> the unmistakable sound of chuck brown and one fan said chuck brown would want d.c. to party hard for him. brown died yesterday at 75. he was hospitalized yesterday. his death was the result of multiple organ failure due to sepsis. doctors discovered blood clots in his legs. >> they removed the clots, however brown later developed a case of pneumonia in the hospital. >> as news began the spread local radio stations played tributes to him. >> they flocked to the howard theater. bruce johnson has more. >> reporter: we're outside the historic howard theater. chuck brown couldn't be here for the grand opening some weeks ago, he's here tonight in spirits the hundreds if not even thousands of people gather. >> we lost a great one. we have to celebrate. >> i love chuck brown. i've been listening to him my whole life every school dance. >> reporter: mayor gray says he may open the washington convention center for chuck brown's funeral. >> ch
. one of the bizarre friendships i think to grow out of this is larry flint and famous lawsuit in the supreme court they have a kind of dog and pony show going, and in addition to the kind of symbiotic relationship that often develops between the ideological opponents, they found out that they enjoy each other, and i think the initial occasion was one of the plane's sudden mechanical difficulty. and i think was leery that said to reverend falwell i will give you a ride in my plane, and then they said subsequently every time he was a los angeles, jerry falwell was always visit larry flint and is moving tribute in the l.a. times. we agreed on nothing but he was my friend, so i you regret not meeting him but i will say one of the things that someone said to me as soon as i shared that i was starting this project they said well, that should be interesting. it's not the most interesting thing. >> i'm going to count on michael. there's been a lot written before your book about how she can to politics in some ways was recruited to politics. one thing i respect about falwell is that he
as the biggest skin flint in europe. henry the vii listens and says no. columbus then decides, well, england is not going to sponsor the voyage, so he goes other places. he tries francois i, king of france, but the french nation at this particular time is somewhat in crisis and francois i is not willing to support him either, and so columbus begins to go and visit with other people and here you see a wonderful depiction. here he is making his proposal to a group of people and goes to portugal and makes his pitch to the portuguese and the king of portugal and the people that know seafaring, he will do what executives do when in doubt what do they do when in doubt? >> [ inaudible ]. >> exactly, you call in the former committee, hire consultants, and that's what you see depicted here, columbus making his proposal and the king's consultants looking it over. the king of portugal and the portuguese skeptical. again, not skeptical that you can sail to the west and come to the east but also keep in mind going to the portuguese, they're already invested very heavily in the africa route, and the idea
of recommendation of senator kennedy. one of the bizarre friendships i think to grow out of this is larry flint and famous lawsuit in the supreme court they have a kind of dog and pony show going, and in addition to the kind of symbiotic relationship that often develops between the ideological opponents, they found out that they enjoy each other, and i think the initial occasion was one of the plane's sudden mechanical difficulty. and i think was leery that said to reverend falwell i will give you a ride in my plane, and then they said subsequently every time he was a los angeles, jerry falwell was always visit larry flint and is moving tribute in the l.a. times. we agreed on nothing but he was my friend, so i you regret not meeting him but i will say one of the things that someone said to me as soon as i shared that i was starting this project they said well, that should be interesting. it's not the most interesting thing. >> i'm going to count on michael. there's been a lot written before your book about how she can to politics in some ways was recruited to politics. one thing i respect about
century. the cock still has a flint in the jaws. it's pretty, kind of interesting. but i wish i knew where on the island, where on preservation virginia property it was found. it could have been turned in early 20th century. the national park service maintains their own collections for jamestown and before 2007 one of the sort of legacies we decided to leave rather than another monument on the landscape was to join the collections, to some extent. so, a new facility was built adjoining our building. we've made sort of a campus, and while the collections are kept separately, they are in one spot, so someone coming to see a particular material type, doing research, it's more convenient and easier for them. they can go to both collections to do their work. hopefully we will survive into the future. we've organized the materials and we built the structures to be permanent archives, and i would hope that 400 years in the future, you know, there is a jamestown collection that's capable of being studied and examined by scholars of the future. i look back 400 years and say, well, how many collecti
for it in higher taxes and health insurance premiums. >> i felt like i was watching eight gigantic flint michigan happening on a national level >> david saw his home town fall apart when the gm plant closed. he says people blamed big business and big government but not themselves. he says the same thing is happening with health care >> i'm tired of people blaming people so let's talk about solutions >> in his book he looks at ways individuals can make the u.s. great again. the biggest tool is personal responsibility >> i can commit this month to exercising with a goal it will become a lifetime commitment >> instead of counting on others to fix us, he says individuals need to fix themselves >> i can lose weight if i'm overweight or quit smoking if i smoke >> he says shirking responsibility is costing the country way too much money and being obese is un-american. >> by choosing not to be better we are being unpatriotic. >> he says if you make bad choices you should be slapped with higher health-insurance premiums. >> if someone is choosing to be inactive and the unhealthy the risk is going up and c
as southern michigan goes, by flint, grand rapids and land lansing, on and off storms all night. detroit, showers in your forecast. chicago has had some light rain. the big-time thunderstorms are back here south of the quad cities. looks like they're going to try to make a run at peoria here. a lot of lightning and some downpours. flash flooding. this area has seen a lot of storms over the past couple of days. time after time the heavy downpours the drainage gets worse and worse. northern missouri by far the worst of it driving. later on today, severe weather in yellow. louisville, omaha, a chance of strong storms. a little tiny tir yeah in the delmarva, new jersey, pennsylvania, the eastern half of the state, a slight chance of some damaging wind and some hail with some stronger thunderstorms. today, once again, lynn, northern half of the country, very stormy, the southern half, just plain old hot. >> all right, bill, thanks so much. >>> coming up, wall street waits on jobs, facebook values its shares, and pepsi brings back the king of pop. your first look at this morning's business hea
in flint, michigan. he's suspected of stabbing more than a dozen black people in several states including three people in leesburg, virginia. he's scheduled to be sentenced in michigan on june 25. >>> this morning the fbi is investigating a fight, a flight, rather, that had to be diverted when a passenger implied she had an explosive surgically implanted in her. according to the tsa, a french woman handed a note to a flight attendant mentioning the device. the packed usairways flight was traveling from paris to charlotte, north carolina, but was diverted to maine. two f-15 fighter jets scrambled to escort is to the ground where cruisers swarmed the plane. passengers say the woman attracted attention by walking up and down the aisle earlier in the flight. >> the first officer came by, escorted her back to the rear of the plane. then there was a lot of hu hullaballoo determining which bags were hers. >> the woman was determined to be mentally disturbed. the fbi has not released her name. >>> a former treasurer for merritt gilroy mayor gray is the first to face prisontime a year into his cam
in and around flint, michigan, two summers ago. attorneys argued that he was insane. >>> montgomery county police say they have someone under arrest for the murder of a local rapper. 24-year-old franklin amobe was shot last december in the white oak section of silver spring. police announced that 29-year- old dennis of chevy chase is charged with first-degree murder. a popular local rapper known as frank digy. they have information he was killed during a drug deal. >>> the first commercial spacecraft is on its way to the international space station. >> two, one, zero, and launch of the space x falcon nine rocket as nasa turns to the private sector. >> falcon 9 rocket blasted off from cape canaveral in florida earlier this morning. this is an unmanned flight and hauling gear and supplies. now that the shuttle fleet is permanently grounded, space x is one of several private companies competing for nasa to carry astronauts into space. it should dock by friday. >>> if you are a blade of grass, you are a reservoir, you are a happy creature today. everybody else kind of wet and damp. >> frogs
. they had a big storm come through. actually, flint, michigan, had a lot of flooding. same deal. they're now cleaning out over the weekend. that super, super-duper moon comes tonight. >> thank you, ginger. you're a self-professed weather geek. >> yes. >> are you going to stay up until 11:35 tonight to see the supermoon, even though you have to get up at 4:00 on sunday morning? >> i'm going to go with no. i'm not that much of an astronomy geek. >> it's very nuanced. >> this is why i majored in english. all right. >>> now, to a fashion statement that has implications for girls and young women across this country. after years of featuring superskinny and often superyoung models, "vogue" magazine, the marquis name in fashion, are banning models too skinny or too young. abc's tanya rivero is on the story. >> reporter: "vogue," magazine. for many, the final word on beauty and style. now says being healthy is hot. and being too young or too skinny is not. >> it will change things. "vogue" is a very powerful vehicle. >> reporter: editors of "vogue," around the world, collectively announced they will
heavy rain pounded the state overnight. the water also trapped some drivers on a busy highway in flint north of detroit. you can see a truck driver struck on his cab roof as rescuers used a boat to reach him. there was up to 4 feet of water on the roadway. some firefighters took life rafts door to door to rescue people from flooded apartments and townhouses. >>> at least 13 people killed when two car bombs explode outside a police expectation, our top story as we go around -- police station. our top story as we go around the world in 80 seconds. russia. the first blast last night in a western republic when a car pulled up for a security check. about 25 minutes later a second bomb exploded inside a mini van parked nearby. more than 130 people went to the hospital. authorities said to suspect islamic insurgents. china. landslides and strong winds caused major traffic problems in a southern province. large boulders blocked sections of one highway. recent landslides have trapped about 150 vehicles. at last word, nobody hurt. united kingdom. after 20 years of blindness one man is starting t
. heavy rain left him stranded on top of his truck near flint. firefighters used a boat to reach the trucker and get him back to dry land. more than 5 inches of rain have fallen in the past several hours. stranding nearly a dozen cars in the area. so far, no injuries have been reported. >>> an -- columbus zoo has returned surviving animals to a widow. thompson released dozens of exotic animals from their zanesville farm before killing himself. authorities were forced to shoot most of them. >>> a hang-bride gliding -- hang gliding pilot in canada is accused of eating a piece of evidence after a crash. he was ordered last weekend, after a crash under his supervision. investigators are trying to figure out how she fell. investigators say he swallowed a video card from their video camera taken during their flight. >> there have been anyways -- x- rays taken. >> we have confirmed the memory card is still inside. >> place say the -- police say the woman was wearing her safety harness other but it wasn't attached to the glider. >>> holding attorney general eric holder in contempt of con
" hustler"'s larry flint says she posed for pictures, but a deal is yet to be made. while they are turning north and south america upside down, japan remains japan. >> whatever, man. the hooker is going to make a fortune while the exsecret service guy is jobless and in hiding. do women come out ahead in these scandals? >> i don't know. but who is surprised by this, first of all? i can't believe she is accepting thousands of dollars to pose nude. tasteful probably compared to what she is used to. it is stories like this. she is 28 -- she is my age. i'm like, what am i doing with my life? i look at that and say where did i go wrong? i can't wait to see her eyes though. >> that's what will happen. that's going come off in "hustler." is the eye shot. >> the eye shots are amazing. gavin, in a way hasn't this made her dreams come true? she may never have to turn another trick. she could make millions. >> millions ? >> well ncolumbian money. i don't know what that is. >> i hate to say this, but i am an expert in this too. i have a home in costa costa rica and spent many years in -- there. the way
example, someone who gave his life in iraq. this is a soldier from flint, michigan. you learn about his unit, about the fatal accident in which he died. you can learn so much about these people and here's why it means so much. let's go to the video. we see video all the time of funerals taking place all over this country as troops come home and are laid to rest. often that's all you know is that these funerals happen or you see a casket. i saw this video. i wanted to learn about this exact person. i wanted to know what his sacrifice was. who was he? so i went straight to our website, cnn.com. the man you're seeing buried is this man right here. that's just the beginning. one more thing you should know here, you can post a message for the families of the troops or anything at all. this is a woman named c.l. reed who published an i-report through that website, a message about her younger brother jeffrey. and she has a quote right here. she says these troops were willing to leave everything behind to fight for the freedom of millions of people they ever knew. it's so important to remember
in the flint area linked to him. five people died, although he is not charged in every incident. >>> police are offering a $25,000 reward for information on the where abouts of a man named reynard cook. police say he shot yolanda stone in front of the couple's young children. stone remained in critical condition until sunday when she passed away. fox 5's paul wagner has the story. >>> this is reynard cook. a long-time d.c. resident. don fitzgerald hancock and demarco brown, have you seen him? he can look like this, too. here are a couple of other pictures of the man who had three children with yolanda stone before she broke off the relationship. >> he took his kids mother away from them. they don't have either one of their parents in their life. he doesn't know what his kids are going through. he doesn't care. >> in fact, since the shooting, the children have been in hiding. as their critically wounded mother was guarded around the clock by d.c. police. des desiree says it's time for that to end. >> they can't live a normal life. they can't go to the movies, because you don't know who is
. secondly i am from flint, michigan born and raised there. there are so many jobs that are created because of the president saving factories. i grew up there, when those factories closed jobs were decimated. it was like a waistland. and i bought a sexy liberal hat and my daughter took it so i'm buying me another one. [ applause ] >> yeah! ♪ >> i'm on for that kind of capitalism. >> kibble capitalism. that's what i practice. matthew in syracuse you are on the "stephanie miller show." welcome. >> good morning. >> good morning. >> i have to ask you can somebody please explain why mitt romney crows about his success of saving a place like staples. have you ever worked in a place like staples? it's like corporate death. >> yeah. >> you can destroy a steel mill that productively hires and retains people at a decent wage that you can live and send your kids to college, but you can't make any money at a place like staples. you are not living. >> obviously a lot of people in this economy a job is a job -- >> i understand that sure. >> but you are right. this is what bain practice
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